Three Seas Summit Vilnius 2024

Vilnius, LITHUANIA

11 APRIL 2024


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THREE SEAS
 
SUMMIT AND
 
BUSINESS

FORUM
Welcome to the Three Seas Initiative (3SI) – a politically inspired, commercially driven platform for improving connectivity between thirteen EU Member States allocated between Baltic, Adriatic and Black seas.


The Three Seas Initiative was born out of a shared interest in developing transport, energy and digital infrastructure connections on the EU’s north-south axis. Connections that must be trusted, sustainable and inclusive thus strengthening EU cohesion and enrich transatlantic links. 3SI aims to scale up region’s excellence EU-wide and globally. 3SI partners – the United States, Germany, and the European Commission – are closely involved in this process.

To improve regions connectivity and accelerate investments in infrastructure projects of the regions 3SI Investment Fund was set up in 2019. To know more about the 3SI projects we invite you to navigate through the list of priority projects.

After Russia launched its unprovoked and unlawful war against Ukraine, the geopolitical importance of intensified cooperation and better connectivity in the North-South axis corridor has increased dramatically. The Three Seas Initiative (3SI) serves as a political platform to facilitate this cooperation to build stronger connections in the areas of transport, energy, military mobility, and digitalization within the Three Seas region and beyond – with our regional and transatlantic partners. I look forward to welcoming all the partners in Lithuania for the 9th 3SI Summit and Business Forum in April this year.  The Three Seas Initiative – for a better-connected, stronger Europe and a closer transatlantic partnership!
Gitanas Nausėda President of Lithuania
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The Three Seas is an initiative of unity

Every year it brings together 13 countries located between the Baltic, Black, and Adriatic seas – Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Austria, Croatia, Romania, Greece and Bulgaria.

Objectives

The Three Seas initiative aims to promote cooperation, first and foremost, for the development of infrastructure in the energy, transport, and digital sectors. It targets new investments, economic growth, and energy security.

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Three Seas Story

The cornerstone of Three Seas was laid down in 2015. Today, the initiative comprises of an annual summit held at the presidential level, a business forum, and an international investment fund for the financing of infrastructure projects.

Investment Fund

The Three Seas Initiative Investment Fund is a dedicated commercial fund targeting critical infrastructure investment in the region. The fund is advised by Amber Infrastructure Group, an independent specialist international investment manager.

News

Gitanas Nausėda to foreign ambassadors: the 3SI is part of democratic countries efforts to drive the market and investments into trusted connectivity

President of Lithuania Gitanas Nausėda met with foreign ambassadors accredited to Lithuania on the eve of the Day of the Restoration of the State of Lithuania.

Gitanas Nausėda in Davos: The Three Seas Initiative is changing the direction in which Europe moves
At the World Economic Forum in Davos, President Gitanas Nausėda stressed the importance of the Three Seas Initiative not only in strengthening transatlantic ties, but also in changing the direction in which Europe moves. The Lithuanian President invited the world’s business leaders to actively participate in the Business Forum at the Three Seas Initiative Summit to be held in Vilnius in April.